NORTH POLE VILLAGE

DATES FOR 2013 - DECEMBER 12, 13 and 14 and

DECEMBER 19, 20 and 21

Every year on the second and third Thursday, Friday and Saturday in December, the Canyon Lake area is treated to a magical Christmas experience. With the help of many volunteer elves, our Recreation Center is transformed into a pint-sized village for children. Everyone over 18 months of age pays the child's admission price of $3. You will find lots of fun activities for young and old alike. The North Pole Village has been sponsored by CRRC since 1996.  The picture on the left shows Santa's House. A very special Santa Claus will visit with your child and you may pay to have a picture taken with Santa. The cost is $5.00 per photo.  

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At the North Pole Library every child may select a book of their choice to take home and keep.  Free with the purchase of an entrance ticket. This house was established December 2005 by Stonecrafters Homes & Improvements, Vincent Salazar.  

With the help of the local families and veterinarians, the Petting Barn allows children to play with dogs and other household pets. This building was established December 2005 by S V Homes, Trampus Smith.  

Santa's Post Office offers the children the opportunity to write a letter to Santa, mail it and have it delivered all in the same evening!   This building was established December 2005 by Canyon Lake Cabins & Cottages, Ian Whitehead. 

Toyland is a breathtaking experience for every child to select a stuffed animal of their choice, name the toy and get adoption papers from Mrs. Santa Claus or Special Elves. Free with purchase of an  entrance ticket.  This building was established December 2005 by Mahoney Custom Homes, Brian & Laurie Mahoney.   

 

       

 The North Pole Village Church will have mini services where a story will be told. 

The Elves House is filled with busy face painters who turn the children's faces into holiday canvas!  The cost of this activity is $1.00 per child.  This house was established December 2005 by Michael Vernor, Windgate Homes. 

 

Frosty's Ice Fishing Shack is a fun place to go fishing for a special prize.  Each child may go fishing one time.  The activity is free with the purchase of the entrance ticket.  This building was established December 2005 by Carl & Beryl Josephson, CRRC Board Members.

Ye Old Bakery at the North Pole features a place for the children to decorate cookies that they can eat or take home.  The cost of this popular activity is $1.00 per child.  This building was established December 2005 by Damuth Homes, Inc., Gary Damuth. 

       

Deep Freeze Cafe' - At the concession stand,  you can buy lots of good things to eat like hot dogs, pizza, pop corn, nachos, soft drinks and hamburgers. 

 

 

 

Carolers will walk the village and sing to you!  Area church choirs volunteer to share their talent for our enjoyment. 

The North Pole Bank - Here is where you purchase a ticket to enter the North Pole Village.  The cost for 2009 is $3.00 each with 18 months and younger free.  You also purchase tickets to have photos with Santa, to have your face painted at the Elves House and to decorate cookies at the Bakery. This bank building was established December 2005 by Wells Fargo Bank.  

 

The North Pole Village offers a number of special photo opportunities with unique lighting experiences. Be sure to bring your camera.   

       
 

The North Pole Village School House gives the children an opportunity to create an craft to take home and enjoy.  This activity is free with the purchase of an entrance ticket. This School building was established December 2005 by Sam Tamez, CRRC past Board Member.  

 

The Country Store is a fun place to shop for unique items.  North Pole Village Tee Shirts are available as well as Christmas decorations, ornaments, candy and unique gifts.  This house was established December 2007 with a grant for funding from Wal*Mart and construction being done by Paul Lowry. 

 

A hayride is offered to all who like to sing under the stars. 

 

A live nativity play is performed six times each night.  Area churches perform the play - weather permitting - outside where visitors may sit on bleachers and enjoy the story of "A King Is Born". 

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